Here's everything you need to know ahead of this year's Dutch Grand Prix, officially the Formula 1 Heineken Dutch Grand Prix 2022.
The Zandvoort circuit was built in 1948, when the Dutch Automobile Racing Club initiated the construction of the track, using a mix of public roads and some permanent parts. The first ever race held by the circuit took place in 1952, with Alberto Ascari winning the track's inaugural race, leading a Ferrari 1-2-3 finish. The circuit would be abandoned after 1985, with F1 returning to the Dutch dunes 36 years later, for the 2021 Dutch Grand Prix.
What Zandvoort gave us last year
Max Verstappen started on pole and took a comfortable win in front of his home crowd, fending easily from Lewis Hamilton, who started alongside him. Even though Hamilton was able to close up the gap between him and Verstappen, after the second stops, he never managed to overtake him for the lead, questioning his team's tyre choice. He eventually stopped for a third time, switching to a fresh set of softs, to go for the fastest lap, two laps before the end of the race.
DRS Zones: 2
Circuit Length: 4.259 km (2.646 mi)
Total Race Distance: 306.587 km (190.504 mi)
Number of Laps: 72
Lap Record: 1:11.097 (Lewis Hamilton, 2021)
Elevation Change: 8.9 m
Once again, just like last year, the three hardest compounds of the Pirelli Formula 1 range have been selected for the 2022 Dutch Grand Prix: the C1 as the P Zero White hard, C2 as the P Zero Yellow medium, and C3 as P Zero Red soft.
Pressure and Camber info:
Minimum Starting Pressure (slicks): 23.5 psi (front), 21.5 psi (rear)
EOS Camber limit: -3.00° (front), -2.00° (rear)
Dutch Grand Prix Weekend Schedule
11:30 - 12:30 GMT
15:00 - 16:00 GMT
11:00 - 12:00 GMT
14:00 - 15:00 GMT
14:00 - 16:00 GMT